Sunday, April 14 from 11:15 AM to 12:15 PM in the Oak Room
This class is part 1 of a 2-part class on the path to membership at UUCM, allowing participants to share their own spiritual journeys and to interactively explore a broad overview of Unitarian and Universalist history and what it means to be a UU. Current members and friends are very welcome to join in the class also. Childcare is available during this event. Facilitated by Melissa Martinson, Membership Ministry.
The Spring 2019 Soul Matters sessions are currently underway. Check back for future enrollment opportunities.
Soul Matters groups offer UUCM members and friends adult spiritual development and the opportunity to connect with each other and with our deepest selves. We gather in small groups of 6 to 10 people with a facilitator. Each group meets for 90 minutes every other week for a total of 6 sessions.
Our monthly worship themes are studied deeply through readings, inspirational quotes, questions and practices. Participants receive a resource packet each month with background information, questions for discussion and contemplation, spiritual exercises, wise words and other suggested resources.
In each meeting, we share what it was like to “live with” the exercises and the questions as we share where the topic took us, and hear the experience of others. This sharing is at the heart of the Soul Matters program and our experience is further deepened by the group’s sharing.
Newcomers and friends are especially welcome! Please contact Susan Goll or Rev. Terri with any questions.
The Spring 2019 session of Beloved Conversations is currently underway. Check back for future enrollment opportunities.
We are excited to bring back Beloved Conversations — a small-group curriculum for exploring the role of race/ethnicity in our lives. It’s a time for compassion, grace, risk-taking, vulnerability, and the healing joy when cross-racial relationships are reconciled. Not only does it offer opportunities for individual change for people who are white, but it provides organizational support for institutional change and faith formation resources explicitly for people of color. This curriculum has been used by nearly 150 UU congregations across the country since it launched 5 years ago. Continue reading →
In these classes, participants have an opportunity to share more deeply their individual spiritual journeys and to explore whether membership in UUCM feels right for them. There are two classes in this series, each is offered on the second Sunday of the month at 11:15 am, following the service. Child care is available during this event.
Participants will share their own spiritual journey. Together, we will interactively explore a broad overview of Unitarian and Universalist history and what it means to be a UU.
- January 13, 2019
- March 10, 2019
- May 19, 2019
- July 14, 2019
Exploring UU History and Beliefs
We will respond to participants’ questions and explore information and opportunities about UUCM and how we relate to the wider UU region and the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA).
- February 10, 2019
- April 14, 2019
- June 9, 2019
- August 11, 2019